This is the tight, little mountain laurel covered stream that empties into the Maury River in Goshen Pass. The reach description is temporarily down for review and updating. GD
Mark and I did our first run down Laurel today, the Maury was running about 4,000 cfs. It was very tight, but passable from above Lace Falls on down. Keep an out for one river wide ugly portage, clogged with logs and other debris.
9 years ago
by Richard Jensen
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Lace Falls boof
Laurel Run in the 1920's
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